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How Occupy Wall Street is Affecting Healthcare and Social Media

Kelly Mehler | Government Health IT | October 17, 2011

The advocacy group Health Care for America Now has had a loud voice in the healthcare reform debate over the past three years. The company started a Tumblr blog titled "We are the 99 percent," where followers submit photos of themselves holding a sheet of paper, with a message as to why they choose to occupy Wall Street. The site states: "We are forced to choose between groceries and rent. Read More »

Twitter Did A Reddit AMA About Open Source. Here Are Some Highlights

Derrick Harris | GIGAOM | April 24, 2014

Here are some highlights from a Reddit Ask Me Anything featuring members of Twitter’s open source engineering team. It’s a pretty informative look at Twitter’s open source culture, the statuses of its various projects and its high hiring standards.

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VA CIO Roger Baker Takes Up Tweeting

Bob Brewin | NextGov | November 1, 2011

Roger Baker, the Veterans Affairs Department Chief Information Officer, sent out his first Tweet yesterday, which said, "VA Social media Group wants me to start tweeting. Should be entertaining." Read More »